Thursday, February 3, 2011

BOOK REVIEW: The Pond by Tamera Lawrence


ABOUT THE BOOK:

Do the Adam's have more to fear from the living or the dead? Twenty-five years have passed since eight-year old Carl Weber drowned in Gray's Pond, and now one member of the Adam's family has returned to Kimberton, Pennsylvania, to reside once again in the old mansion. It is time for Michael Adams to revisit his past, and for wife Donna and daughter, Kim, to become acquainted with their neighbors-a rather odd old couple who own the farm next door. Each day, however, brings strange occurrences--increasing paranormal activity, till it becomes agonizingly clear that ghosts of the past are trying to make their presence known.

MY REVIEW:

Something strange is going on in the Adams' family home!  Michael Adams and his wife and daughter move back to his childhood home - an old home in a rural area with odd neighbors across the street where a young boy had drowned many years ago.  Unexplainable things begin to happen around the house, such as a grandfather clock being overturned in a room by itself, objects getting broken or moved and strange appearances of frogs.  Donna Adams finds herself investigating these occurrences to get to the bottom of what is happening to her family, and find out what really happened to Carl Weber that day.  

The Pond is a suspenseful thriller, sure to keep you interested until the very end.